Hollywood Media Hotel Berlin

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Kurfuerstendamm 202, Berlin, 10719, Germany
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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43
Very Good
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36
Average
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7
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  • Families88
  • Couples96
  • Solo75
  • Business86

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CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by listenandlearn

Hi there,
Our relatives will be visiting Berlin for the first time. They will be landing at Tiegel airport and their hotel is at KURFURSTENDAMM 202 THE NAME OF TE HOTEL IS: HOLLYWOOD MEDIA HOTEL, the zip is 10318.
Hopefully some local can guide us using an economical means. thank you very much

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by HansDK

The correct zip is 10719

BVG timetable

fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en

From: TXL

To: 10719 KURFURSTENDAMM 202

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by qaminari

Why don't you look on one of the websites featuring the hotel?! http://www.ultrahotels.net/europe/germany/berlin/SG9sbHl3b29kIE1lZGlhIEhvdGVs,b_66787.html
While this is hard to read, it specifically tells you that "the bus number 109 travels from TEGEL Airport (8 km) almost directly in front of the hotel entrance (bus stop "Bleibtreustraße")."

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by caffelatte

Did you check the bus network? You can download it from http://www.bvg.de/index.php/en/Bvg/Detail/folder/699/id/2719/nb/1/name/BVG+Network+Maps.
When I visited last year, it was no hassle at all. The airport has a small office/reception for public transportation who can guide you. They are very helpful.

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by nicolaitan

there is a bus directly from the airport main entrance that runs the length of the Ku'damm ending at the Zoo train station. ? route 109. this has to be the most cost effective route.

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by listenandlearn

Dear All,
So much thanks for your very helpful suggestion. We emailed our VT girlfriend from Berlin and she her name is lovely "!Birgit!" she went out of her way and she fetch them at the Tiegel Airport...HOW WE WISH THERE WERE MORE PEOPLE LIKE HER...SUCH A SWEETEST GIRL! Again many thanks to all!

Re: CHEAPEST MEANS FROM TIEGEL AIRPORT TO OUR HOTEL

by abalada

More easy than a direct bus from in front of the main exit of the airport to the front of the hotel is barely possible.

Any single ticket in Berlin is EUR 2,10. A day ticket is EUR 6,10.
Covered are generally all types of local public transport.
- regional trains (RB, RE)
- S-Bahn
- U-Bahn (metro)
- trams
- buses
and even some ferries

You can use any combination you need to reach a destination.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Don't be shy renting a car!...

by Dade_Murphy

Don't be shy renting a car! Berlin has good trafficsigns and guide you mostly to your aimingpoint.
(well, it's better when the a man read the map;-)) every july the famous 'Love Parade' takes place in berlin. Then the city is in state of emergency cause over 1.000.000 People celebrate for Love and peace!
(a kind of extraordinary carnival)

Style of wearing trousers !!...

by Laurike

Style of wearing trousers !! It was really interesting to see a lot of teenagers with trouses, which they could loose !! And all kind of underwear !! Unbelievable !! i thing, this is the last cream of fashion, but.. sometimes it is just not so nice :)

(2) - Soviet War Memorial

by Kakapo2

There are several Soviet War Memorials in Berlin, the most visited surely the OTHER one on Straße des 17. Juni, as it is located along the boulevard which links Brandenburger Tor and Siegessäule, and the people just walk past. It requires a little effort to get to THIS memorial, as there are no other famous attractions around it, and you have to walk quite a bit from the S-Bahn station.

The memorial in the centre of Treptower Park is the biggest one of its kind in Germany, and although rather kitschy it did not deter me at all. Its magnitude took me by surprise, and the workmanship impressed me. Sure, if you know how history went on after World War II and how the theory of real socialism in the eastern part of Germany and Europe ended, you cannot take the message seriously. But separated from its content and the execution of the work, it is well worth a visit.

The memorial is not just a memorial. It is a memorial park within Treptower Park. It was created from 1946 to 1949 at the site of a former huge playground, and is a cemetery for more than 5000 Soviet soldiers as well as a monument for the victory over the Nazis and fascism. They needed 40,000 cubic metres of granite to build the monument. Every year on 8 May, the day of the liberation, a memorial service takes place. But the state does not hold ceremonies there anymore. The last official military act was on 31 August 1994 when the Russian troops retreated from GDR.

In times of separation the monument was the symbol of GDR’s founding myth: East-Germany freed from the claws of suppression, incorporating the everlasting appeal to follow in the footsteps of the heroes who had successfully fought for socialism and freedom.

A collective of architects and artists collaborated to achieve the impressive result. The architect Jakov S. Belopolski, the sculptor Yevgeni Wutshetitch, the painter Alexander A. Gorpenko and the engineer Sarra S. Valerius were the heads of the project.

KaDeWe

by matcrazy1 about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

This huge, not very pretty, grey building on my picture housed very elegant and the biggest department store in Germany and in Europe founded in 1907 and called KaDeWe.

It was pretty crowded on Saturday early afternoon, so we had to wait a minute to get into an elevator/lift. It was really huge store and after searching woman's clothes store we coudn't find lifts for a while.

On the ground floor we found a lot of parfumeries, ReiseCenter (travel center) and departmens with Samsonite and other bags for travelers. Hmm... Samsonite suitcases were 10-20% more expensive than the same ones in Poland.

On the last 6h fllor in huge deli there were packages of Berlin gifts (food and drinks: sweets, champagns, wine + Berlin bear - mascot) at a price above 100.00 ? each. The most expensive wine costed 298.00 ? for a bottle of French Bordeaux from 1944: Chateau Latour, Pauillac.

HOURS:
Mon - Fri: 10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Sat: 9.30 am - 8.00 pm
Sunday: closed. Everything was sold there. Rather expensive department store but good quality always costs a lot.

Travel Passes

by PaulKirk

Buy a 2 or 3 day travel pass when you get to Berlin. It will cover all S-bahn, U-bahn and bus routes except the commercial sightseeing tours. A 72 hour pass for zones A&B cost Eur19 in April 2006 whilst to include the outer C zone the cost goes up to Eur22. You'll only need this if you want to go to Potsdam or the extreme limits of the transport system. If you don't buy a pass a two hour ticket costs Eur2.20. Don't forget to validate the ticket before riding the network. It's a fine if you don't.

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